Houston Chronicle

‘I could go ahead and lose my mind’: Nearly two years after Harvey, the wait for help takes a toll

Harvey’s aftermath: Houstonians still struggling to recover 19 months after the hurricane hit

Residents live with mold, sewage at low-income Galveston housing complex

Abuse of Faith: Missionaries left trail of abuse, but leaders stayed quiet

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Spirit of Fear: An investigation into sexual abuse and shuffling of abusers in independent fundamental Baptist churches (the series has led to three arrests and was a Livingston finalist)

Part One: Hundreds of sex abuse allegations found in fundamental Baptist churches across U.S.

Part Two: These 'men of God' sexually abused children. Then they found refuge at other churches.

Part Three: 'It ruined me.' Former independent fundamental Baptists describe life inside the church

Part Four: In their words

Southern Baptist officials knew of sexual abuse allegations 11 years before leader's arrest

Follow up: Two months after a sexual abuse investigation, Southern Baptist missionary found new church

Women say ex-Fort Worth youth pastor abused them as teens. 37 years later, he finally resigns

ProPublica

What Are We Going to Do About Tyler?

Accompanying documentary (partnered with BBC)

Accompanying story: Doing Less With Less: Mental Health Care in Mississippi

Accompanying story: Taking Care to Get a Mississippi Scandal Right

Accompanying WNYC interview

In Connecticut, Calling for Help Carries Risks for Victims of Domestic Violence (this story led to a change in the state's law)

Accompanying NPR interview

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Lawsuits accuse Phila. police of resuming "nickel rides" (This story led to the Philadelphia Police Department investigating transport practices and was cited in The Atlantic, The L.A. Times, and Buzzfeed.)

 

An officer on trial